Manchester United News: Lukaku cannot be rotated without Ibra

Manchester United News: Lukaku cannot be rotated without Ibra


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Manchester United news says that this season he Cannot give the Belgium striker rest until the Swedish striker returns from his injury.

Jose Mourinho avouches that this season he cannot rotate the new signing of Manchester United until the Veteran striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic returns from his injury.

 Manchester United news alludes this season the Manchester United side brought the Everton striker for £75 million, and already he has scored 10 goals for the Red Devils side.

This season he almost started all the Matches for the Manchester United side.

This season the Manchester United side acquired the Swedish striker Ibrahimovic but the Veteran striker is struggling with his keen injury and everyone is expecting that he can made his return to the field on this December.

This season the Belgium International also makes his National team appearances for his Belgium side but and that force him to take a hell lot of work load in the beginning of the season, but Mouinho claims he cannot replace him until Ibrahimovic is back.

Mourinho said: “Look without Zlatan we cannot rotate the striker, especially because Marcus Rashford is playing also in other positions,”

“So until the moment we have Zlatan we cannot think about giving rest to our No.9, the same way we give in other positions. We cannot do that.”




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